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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

SS,j- KM- ' -. AAIBRICAN AND ENGLISH INCOME TAX DIFFERENT.! III comparison with the tax lovicd in England on incomes of $1,500 is 6 per -cent; in America nothing for married men or heads of families, and 2 per cent on $500 for an unmar- ried man. ' In England the tax on an in- come of $2,000 is 7 per cent; 'n America nothing for a mar- 'ried man or head of a family, and 2 per cent on $1,000 for un- married men. The English income tax rate also increases more rapidly with the growth of the income than ours, a $3,000 income being tax- ed 14 per cent, $5,000 1G per cent, $10,000 20 per cent, and $15,000 26 per cent, while our corresponding' taxes for married men are respectively two-thirds of 1 per cent, 1 per cent, 3'o per cent and 5 per cent, and only -slightly more for the unmarried , duo to the smaller amount ex- ' empted, the rate being the same. Co-Operative Extension Work. Belton, Tex., April 4, 1D1S. Editor Bartlett Tribune, Bartlett, Texas. Doar Sir:- , ; ''I am now. located i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

yvv l p DH yt -,V I) D. C. Burked For Sheriff. -- '. NEXT WEEK To 1. "Gold Bar" Sliced or Grated Pineapple. Per can - - - 10c 5. "Green Velva" Syrup, per can 40c pound "Libby's" Chinook Salmon. Per can 20c (Not over six cans of either article to one customers.) A Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Made THE GERSIACH-WACKER COMPANY For Tax Collector. Jui fudge J. T. Kellum. of Tav- jfor, announces this Week as a candidate for tax collector, sub- ject to the democratic primaries. Mr. Kellum has served his pre- cinct as justice of the peace, and made a splendid record. He is a popular citizen, honest and capable and will, no doubt, make a strong race. He will visit the voters of this section from,' time to time and get bet- ter acquainted. In the mean- time, he asks that you invest- igate his qualifications for the office. ,Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ware, of this city, are in receipt of a let- ter from their son, George, Somewhare in England", stat- ing that lie is well, and sending regards 'to an. For ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

xutt-aiitw!3w . Pttr.!1'"' " fcj zfr. jiiwn-, i c " "TV ""! ,, LW ...' ' ,n.w,w t cH? JW'JI? e AND NEWS B. P. OATES, EDITOR AND Pbop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL, 19, 1918. $1.00 JIbab. VOL. XX3S SiT BARTLETT AND VICINITY VISITED BY CYCLONE. 49 REGISTRANTS TO GO TO CAMP TRAVIS SOON. WATER SPOUT ON DONAHO; It. R. BRIDGE DAMAGED, li-Mi fiffoe ise Monday morning, about five o'clock, Bartlett and vicinity was visited by a destructive cy- done, which first struck A. K. iW'hceler's place, at the grpvo, west of town, traveling north- east through the residence por- tion, and striking again north- cast at Charley Lindeman's place, thence as far as the Hill farm, doing much damage in its path. As to where it originat- ed, is not known, but supposed- ly a short distance west of Mr. Wheeler's home( the Phillips farm). Here most of the de- struction was done by the cy- clone. Mr. Wheeler's house Avas blown off the blocks, about six feet, and his smokehouse, chick- en house, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

W X Vxrt. to m& ..TV HtMk FrA-. TO YRf T1U1TM The Tenant House Problem. AN EXALTATION. MMMM Is o and NEWS It. F. Catcs, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Tefcas, under the act of March & 1879. , Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week .. .I. ...I Four Weeks a Newspaper Month II I ll il l mmmmmmmmm r ' ..I Advertising Rates: Display, per inch.. 15c Reading Notices per line 10c preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for snore than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH. The Garbage Pail is as deadly as the U-boat. The mhn who argues, who hangs back is a traitor. There ought to be a stop put to the "cut-out" nuisance in Barftlett. Itemcmber that the automo- bile laws are going to be en- forced in Bartlett. Too many folks are singing "My Country 'Tis of Thee," and refusing to buy liberty bonds. ln the meantime, don't for- ifet the Chautauqua May 16-22, six days of real litera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

fv & G,v j . i tyY w- h I I 1 tf, N W-i Wis & i m I "t rf ' .:?. P,f ( LIBERTY LOAN BONDS APPORTIONMENT. The following is the appor- tionment of the sevordl toWjis in Williamson County," for the Third Liberty Loan. Apportioned to file entire county is $547,5)000. fy 3oinmissioner's Pre. No. 1. town I.., .. $75,000.00 Weir , .... $14,000.00 Round Rock, $37,000.00 ' Jiutto $37,000.00 1,500 SALOONS IN TEXAS CLOSED BY ZONE LAW. Total $103,000.00 , Cohtissioner's Pre. No. 2. Rlorence, $20,000.00 'Eiberty Hill, ........ .,$20,000.00' ;Eeander, $14,000.00 t i Total.. . .$54,500.00 Commjssionei-'s Pre. No. 3. Granger, .. Schwertner, ... Walburg, Jarroll, Bartlett, $5'0,000.00 .. $20,000.00 . $10,000.00 $10,000.00 . . $50,000.00 Total... .$140,000.00 Taylor, $160,000,00 Thrall and Beaukiss, .$40,000.00 Coupland, 21,000.00 Total $211,000.00 $. The above apportionmel'a's ia mnde to the several Commission! ers' Pi'ecincts according to mijs. assessed valuation of the several precincts, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

mmm tiks A Pleasant Hour. A good fellowship meeting was Held last Tuesday numt, at the First Baptist church. All members and' their friends were invited. It was a joyous occa- sion, the church being practical U WHIM Ill mil. Ill IKIMHMHW WMIIMII IIIIIIMM III UIIIIIMMrtHM IIWWMIIII IIIIMIWH'M IMIBll ly full and all who came were I ' T i f;'fi V f v HALF PRICE collection pf our finest Hats tailoredland Dress Style at Half Price We are also showing the latest in White Hats for dress and street wear at Very Reasonable Prices. MRS. C. P. HAWKINS tfUDAY, APRIL 19TH. Fhe averace man seldom jiows all that other men think i Knows, due me unmixes iic ?he knows a few things he isn't suspected of knowing. deration of the Ten-Male he law closed 184 saloons in lru wortn, . auonaay mgnt, at 10, and placed Tarrant coun- jin the dry column. The depth of a man's reli- ius experience is determined what he gives to it, and not what he receives from: it. If lie religion of some people is to timed by wha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

TOOTffl Special Sale On ' n F HATS Pattern Tailored Street and Children's Must foe sold regardless of cost. Now is your opportunity to save money on Millinery. MEK ' ffi-u.9 At Gersbach-Wacker Co. COL Bartlett, Texas. LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mjss Morgan spent thevco .- end with relatives at Belton. Closing out my Rice Straw at at 515.00. S. H. Hopkins. Max Linder at the Crescent Saturday. Fresh Victory Bread for sale, at Bridges Bros. FOR RENT 4-Roonv residence, close in. Grover Kuler. R. W. Ellis visited his son, Clarence, at Camp Bowie, this Week. Closing Out my Rice Straw at at $15.00. S. H. Hopkins. Mrs. Lagle is here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Hae- ber. Taylor H,omes at the Crescent Saturday. Closing out my Rice Straw at at $15.00. S. H. Hopkins. J. H. Wilson, of Caldwell, was here this Week on a visit to his lister, Mrs. Webster. . ' 'Fresh Victory Brea'd forsaTe, a't Bridges Bros. Prof. V. I. Moore -left yester day for Kansas City, Mo., on a short business trip. I ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

ffttmWM 1,1 1 -, Sortie of the 1918 For twenty years a leading Chautauqua attraction. The story of into the army. America's greatest dramatic orator. f THE DE MARCO ENTERTAINERS Four Musicians with a novelty program. i Just returned Three clever entertainers in a thrilling LALS $m PERSOMALS Andy Stockton, of Temple, was here Tuesday, c Mr. John Wacker, of Ellin- ger, was here this week. Billie Wolferiberg is on the sick list again. Tom! Capers, who is Working , ?n Waco, was at home Sunday. Henry Whitlow was here Sat- urday, from. Temple. Olie Davis Was reported on the sick list this week. I Bridges shipped a carload of mtle to .Fort Worth Tues da George Montgomery is suffer- ing from an attack of rheuma- tism; Mr. J. W. Jackson and Miss Lora Modesett visited in Rog ers, Friday. JFOR SALS Vacant lot north of town 75x150 feet, close in. See A. J. Young. Edgar Pinkard, who was at Camp Travis, is now located at Jacksonville, Fla. Dee Stockton went to Okla- homa Tuesday to lok after his ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

Mbj & K3IM fe v Hooverize, Garfieldize, ,- McAdooize, : Wilsonize, But Don't Criticize. Buy Liberty Bonds, Buy Thrift Stamps, Buy War Staaups, Help the Red Cross, and BUY AND HELP UNTIL IT HURTS. BARTLETT, TEXAS. A. R. GROSSE, Mgr. w , W A Letter Fom Canada. i- Viscount, Sask, Canada, r' April, 7, 1918. I TdlMie BarLlett Tribune. ,'DpIr Mr Cates: ". you have space inyour pa- per, and will be so kind, you may publish this letter, -as our friends want to hear irom us, CORN HILD SCHOOL CIOSED LAST FRIDAY, The 1917-18 term of the Corn Hill school closed Friday, the 4th instant. It was one of the bast terms in the history of the school. And this is saying not a little, "for the Corn Hill school is an old one and some creat and we havn't time' to write tojmen a?.d vome have gone from all of them its walls to make their lives felt Southeweatcrn Univei-aity .May FHq,MttJ 1, 1918. On the Campus of the1 Woman's Building in the late afternoon of May 1st South- western University will again...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 April 1918

w,i 0 A ft ttjmmmumm 0 o -o 0 0 00001) p RED CROSS NOTES o -0 0- -0" 0 0 00 0 Chautauqua The Bartlett promoters of thci Chautauqua, to be held May 1G-22, offered the Red Cross all profits in return for co-oporatioyi 'mm?: NEXT WEEK To Extra Fancy Cream Cheese, per pound 30c Peanut Butter 12 i ounce jars, regular 35c grade; per jar 25c. French Style fVlustard, quarts, regular 30c grade, per jar 20c. A Dollar Saved 3s a Dollar Made THE OERSBACH-WACKER COMPANY , Central Christian Church. The morning message will be aat intrest to all and of special interest to the church. Theme "They.Sunlit Life." The EndeavorWnfeet at 8 p. & M., Miss KuSKlK38Sty leader, sfflvvfi n fkWPi 1 1 Miss roadi TCnhtitS nJSW tMrnxm 'JvSjpSme to "11 give a 5. od stands by eting world." tend to you a cordial Homer A. McCarty. First Methodist Church. All the. usual services Sunday. ?reachiu?T8yMhe pastor at 11 a. and 8:3(f p. m. Sunday toolmt 9:4tS a. m. Epworth lague At 7 :45 p. m. , u, )V. lrvin, Pastor. Not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

v KifJ8i$RfflffisaE vMh,,'Hr4 i I . " u s AND NEWS e. P. GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON CQUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL, 26, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 4G GERMAN ALIEN IS AHESTED AT TAYLOR. ONE SOLDIER KILLED ANOTHER IS WOUNDED. BARTLETT SOLDIER ROY ARRIVED FROM FRANCE. .- - ffihe Antone Gross, a German alien enemy, aged 25 years, was ar- rested in this city yesterday af ternoon. by City Marshal W. W. Long, following a telephone communication, from the United Stales Marshal, at Austin, who stated that Gross was headed this way in an auto and was carrying a large amount of fire- arms. Marshal Long Succeed- ed in arresting his man short- ly after dark and he was taken hack to Austin and turned over to the authorities. On searching Gross, after his arrest, it was found that he had a 30-30 rifle and one hundred and fifty rounds of ammunition, two German swords, supposed to have been relics, and three pistols. At his home, was found a number of pictures of promi- nent Ger...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

,t '" A Universal Language. mm . HALF PRICE A collection of our finest Hats- Tailored and Dress Style at Half Price We are also showing the latest in White Hats for dress and street wear at Very Reasonable Prices. MRS. C P. HAWKINS B?e TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c "Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, APRIL 26TH. The date is $ay 16 to 22 in- elusive. The place is at the Tabernacle ir Bartlett. Come. "3 '' '" c . . e Ma meeting of-the Wil- Hnson courity Red Cross, tviII' held in Bartlett. It will be a casing meeting, too. Georgetown heads the list in Williamson county in the month- ly maintenance fund for the Red Cross, with $53...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

?m i SrlS f a l-V SMALL CHILD KILLED PLAYMATE WITH PISTOL. Rockdnle, Tex., April 19. A 22-cnlibcr pistol, in the hands of ,ft tot 4'j years old, caused the death of another child of the same age, at Rockdale, Thurs- day. The children, sons of Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Alan Smith, wid- ows, wore playing together, when the child of the latter- se- cured the weapon and fired at his playmate. The wounded boy Wflp jhurried to Cameron, his mother, Mrs. Rose, carrying liimi to an automobile through water-waist deep, a distance of 100 yards, due to the rising of the stream near their 'home. The child died early Friday mjbrning, o Release of Farmers Asked. ' Temple, Tex., April 10. The scarcity of farm, labor, in this Section, Was well illustrated here Thursday, when the members of the local exemption "board were kept continually occupied with applications filed by farmers for release of men now hi the army 'for farm, work during the pe- riod granted by the government. While the majority of applica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

IV: -r,f REMINISCENCE. i ?rs;x ! ' a K. . " GENTLE MEN Your ' NEW SPRING HATS are ready. Bring your HEADS in and let us fit them. Our stock this Season is"theV'best ever" every HAT filled to the BRIM with VALUE and the PRICES are RIGHT. The World will take off IT'S HAT to you if you are wearing one of OURS. Lawrence BrolSiers Bartlett, Texas HWM'W'H,,H'H,J,!'I,WiJ'WW'W'W'WW'H"M She TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner FRIDAY, APRIL 26TH. jlfj&jfoMrt" "'""W" 3 Ji2wS83fili HI b HGMtFwmmgFmi JKrfTIJHLLIIi Sairf is reaching out flialovalissts in William- totv. and should be aided T-.ii w r - .. ... for he is only protecting nis own and your interests. Taylor Press. talior draft calls several of our Bartlett boys and those of the surrounding country to the "Colors" tomorrow. The editor of the Tribune speaks from the bottom of his heart, when he says that he wishes them victo- ry in box car letters. God be with you, boys. Primary Grade May Fete. A superstitious subscriber wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

4 . . A jf 1 i iinwnmimiiiiim iwiiiiiiiii mi mmiimiiiiiriiiiiiiiMi iiiiiimim i i in i i mi iiiiiiiiiiiiini'i J Strawberry I- Shortcake Made Wheatless The national luxnry the greatest of American deserts seemed about to be denied us, if we were patriotic enough to abstain srom wheat entirely. But Stone the Cake Specialist, offers Stone's Wheatless Silver Slice for Strawberry Shortcake When sliced in the middle and crushed strawberries added, makes a most delicious strawberry shortcake. fi.Try it today. Buy Stone's Wheatless Silver Slice : , TWO FOR A QUARTER "SfSts Vo at LOCALS AND PERSONALS Nick Patts was in Temple Tuesday on business. ;Yere in Bartlett Wednesday on business. R I Mayor Campbell, and Messrs. Daniel and Mays, of Temple, 'Mrs. Chaudoin is preparing to move 'to San Antonio to reside. ROWNTOEE BROS. ' FOR SALE Poland China I "ne- ,Pjga. See Ed. Malechek j NOTICE FARMERS Buy your '. Don't forget the play tonight, cottn sack duck now. at 3Cs Friday) , at the Casino, JV yrd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

icmv f'Tyir"" 1 w v .v 'm.y TOMfc, "'!".".pr1' $;MWmRw- "wm u- ' .A'' ' -.!T, i' . i' i- ' .-- ".' -JT ' V" ' "' r 50 PER GENT SAVING ON TIRES Your auto tires can be made so as to give you double mileage by having them properly retreaded or half-soled. Our process is scientific and every inch guar- anteed to give satisfaction. You are cordially in- vited to inspect our shop, which is equipped with the latest modern machinery and talent. Bartlett patrons will receive courteous and prompt attention. Give us a trial. Temple Tire Supply Company Wilcox Bldg. Ave. A. II. H. VANNOY, Manager TEMPLE, TEXAS LOCALS AND PERSONALS Jacob Isaac was in Temple Sunday. A. F. Lange, of Heidenheimer, was here Saturday. Mrs. I. T. Talbot, and son, Charles, visited in Elgin this week. FOR SALS Vacant lot north of town 75x150 feet, close in. See A. J. Young. S. G. Stockton, of Charco, Goliad county, is here on a vis- it. E. L. Hardin and 0. F.Belk ere county court jurors this week at Georgetown. W. W. Dun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

f f ' S V1 it 41 vV tS K ffS ,i v . V e - a Y fc V - ra T P v-' 1 r tiff "Aft"-"- 1 . , j )v A fc 'Ls Y ft." ' ,l A T is me Biggest ivsoney savin vent e ve ever inaueura We are overstocked, we need the money. We are giving you the benefit of our early buying. We bought our goods months ahead, we have secured the cream of Merchandise at prices that can not be; duplicated at today's market, less than at fifty per cent higher, and we are going to give you the benefit of our bargains. You know that merchandise is getting higher every day, at the same time comes the announcement that T H ur lit Last Thirteen Sellin big opportunity (to seve money) is knocking et your door TaJke eLdvauntaLge of it. e assire you, you will never regret corning to this Great Money Raising Sale. Come radn or shine. REMEMBER THE DATE AND PLACE, Saturday April the 27th a I. GOLD'S, Bartlett, Texas, and 13 selling days only. Below we are giving a few of the items that you will find at this sale "ABOVE ALL SALES."...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 April 1918

i. r . r ;.i.; ,y . " ' - 1 f ,i- y,- Yll WW""TW1 p f , ' . J ' WMWaM fjiTJT fjsp w"wwwwy M"W " ' NEXT WEEK 1a 0 Bulk Pickles per gallon 60c Purity Oats, regular 12Kc per package at 10c Cornation Milk, regular 15c per can at W2o r r A Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Made THE GERSBACH-WACKER COMPANY VE Sntre Nous Entertained. ftlX'fcvHeide, in her charming way, entertained the Entre Nous on Friday afternoon. Guests were invited for 4 ta- bles, Mrs. Clyde Eudasill win- ning high score. The score pads and the tally oards bore suggestions of San Jacinto Day. At the close of the game, each guest received Roses as favors. Mrs. Rudasill, a lovely bouquet of Madam Mason Roses, for the winner, and Mrs. Hatch, La France, as consolation. The honor guests for the af- ternooh, were Mesdames Harlan, Faubion, Misses LaVerne Cates, Matilda and Lillie Wacker. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jno. Lawrence, May 2, at 4 o'clock. Reporter. Jolly Juniors Organize. The Juniors of class No. 5 of the Presbyteri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 May 1918

j ',!. ,1 u .. f 7 ',' ni . .Tj, . -'gr Tjf ; ' 'm 1V Mfc'm AND NEWS 't'tiffli'1 R. F, CATES, Editor and Piiop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 4T BIG XOYALTY DAY AT RAIN OVER A WIDE AREA OF THE STATE. THREE QUOTAS OF MEN GO TO CAMP. HOLtAND SATURDAY. tmg&tmtmsBBi&wiUJiMtimi&imi iKF r4 ' TomJbrrovJ, (Saturday) will bo celebrated n Holland as Loyalty Day. The 'exercises, which will consist of inilitary band, patri- otic speeches, will be at the school building. There will also be airplane ascensions, and lunch by the Red Cros3 ladies. Following Is the program of: the day: 9:80 Band Concert, U. S. Band, Camp MeArthur. 10:00 Parade 10 :30 Addross Capt. Sev- erance "Burrnge, U. S. Health Department. Lunch., .1:00 Airplanes. 2:00 Red Cross Auction, conducted by Gene Upshaw and Harry Cochran, Belton. Four minute Talk Miss Margaret Russell, Temple. 3 :00 Adress Lieut. Vincent De Wierzbicki. of the French Pligh Comtavission. Bas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 May 1918

Parent-Teachers' Meeting. fS i.f V 7 ' - si " "a i ' 'tail l t 5 . I St. vapr- We have received a assortment of the Pytraam Fadeless Dye. ALL COLORS Leatherman Drug Company Quality and Service LOCALS AND PERSONALS Read the Saint Louis Store ad this week and save money. G. D. Hair was a Belton visitor esday. D. D. Fairchild has returned from two weeks' stay at Grandview. Mrs. Vernon Powell of Brownwod, WHS here on a visit to relatives. .3Jack arid Henry Stewart loft for 'l finlvnctnn Snnrlnv -fnr n aVinrt visit. J. D. Bell, of near Georgetown, was "ere Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Book, of Jarrell, were Bartlett visitors Tuesday. Miss Torrence of Waco, was the guest of Miss Inez Bell this week. Tom Capers and family have moved to Waco to make their home. of T. Mr. and Mrs Andy Stockton Temple were guests of Mrs F. Tuesday. I. Moore, superintendent ih School, was on the sick tick. The daughter of Martin Kopecky of Pecan, who is in a Temple hospital, is reported to be improv...

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